What about our right to be safe from gun violence?

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Linda Pletka is retired and lives in Orono.

Dr. Geoff Gratwick’s commentary in the Bangor Daily News is dead on when it comes to necessarily emphasizing “life-and-death” rights in the current argument over gun rights, adding unalienable rights — those of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness — aka “living without fear.”

For example, who among us, nowadays, can enter any normal, daily public space — whether bank, restaurant, supermarket, drugstore, church, theater, nightclub and school, etc., or even drive along any road — without being acutely cognizant of recent deadly shootings? And this is America?

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